Enova DVX All-In-One Presentation Switchers
An AMX Product Brief
Enova DVX
All-In-One Presentation Switchers
Complete Controller, Matrix Switcher, Scaler, Audio
Processor and Amplifier Solution for Small to Large
Conference Rooms, Classrooms, and Auditoriums
As analog fades into the sunset and the AV industry moves to all digital, businesses,
universities and government institutions desperately need a cost effective room
solution that eases the transition from analog to digital, supports HDCP, and is easy to
scale, configure and install. Competitive solutions use time-consuming, cumbersome
work-around tools to deal with HDCP, deliver less than optimal video to every display
and output sub-par audio - resulting in an inordinate amount of wasted time on quality
and maintenance issues. How do you solve this problem? By shattering old AV system
design methodologies and creating an all-in-one game changing solution that replaces
the need for numerous individual components and equipment. Through consolidating
everything into a single box, AMX has dramatically improved product performance,
simplified installation and maintenance, and reduced the overall footprint to a single 3U
chassis.
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INTRODUCTION
Even in today’s digital world, the majority of classrooms, conference rooms and auditoriums still have
some legacy analog devices. Creating a solution that supports both analog and digital has led to
integrators building large cumbersome solutions that are difficult to configure and time consuming to
install and maintain. To further complicate the installation, unlike the analog world, digital is not simple.
Integrators have to worry about HDMI problems related to distance, switching lags, HDCP
authentication, HDCP keys constraints and more.
Successfully integrating analog and digital AV and dealing with HDCP issues are only a fraction of the
potential design and installation problems. Integrators also need to make sure room audio is crisp, video
is crystal clear and the solution has enough flexibility for future connection needs. And unlike previous
AV solutions placed in corners and overflowing into ceilings, walls and usable space, AV solutions are
now expected to fit into the tight confines of a lectern or credenza within the room.
Through innovative engineering, AMX has designed the only All-In-One Presentation Switcher family
that seamlessly handles both analog and digital AV, makes HDCP as easy to install as analog and delivers
picture perfect video and pristine audio – all in a single 3U box. Designed to meet the needs of virtually
any classroom, conference room or auditorium, the Enova DVX has changed the game in AV room
solutions.
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RGB to HDMI Scaler
Audio de-embedding
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Audio DSP
Audio embedding
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OVERVIEW
The Enova DVX is an all-in-one controller, AV switcher, scaler, analog to digital signal converter, twisted
pair transmitter and amplifier with built-in professional grade audio processing. The compact 3U
Presentation Switcher replaces the need for numerous individual components and eliminates the
integration challenges that accompany them. With AMX exclusive features, the DVX is a simple to install,
flexible solution, perfectly suited for most conference rooms, classrooms and auditoriums.
The DVX comes in a variety of port configurations, making them ideal for any conference room or
classroom application.
KEY FEATURES
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All-In-One Presentation Switcher – Simplifies installation and maintenance by combining all
necessary AV components into one compact unit
InstaGate ProTM Technology – Eliminates HDCP key constraints and HDCP switching delays
SmartScale® Technology – Ensures best resolution on every display in mixed resolution applications
Multi-Format Inputs – Supports analog and digital signals on a single connector
Audio Breakaway and Embedding – Allows audio and video signals from one source to be switched
to different destinations
Twisted Pair Distribution - Send audio, video, bi-directional control and Ethernet up to 100m
Integrated Digital Signal Processor – Easily adjust audio to match the room’s unique acoustics
Microphone Processing – Eliminates amplification of unwanted noises ensuring crystal clear
communication
Automatic Standby Mode - Power-down all audio and video circuitry when not in use
Web GUI for Audio and Video Configuration - Point and click GUI simplifies setup and installation
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ALL-IN-ONE PRESENTATION SWITCHER
The average mid-size AV installation consists of 8+ devices - controller, audio switcher, video switcher
video scaler, twisted pair transmitter, audio digital signal processor, microphone mixer and amplifier.
Not only can installing a system of this size be an unwieldy task for the installer, but programming it can
be arduous. With an average programming time of 55+ hours (each device needs to be set up
individually and then programmed to work with the rest of the system), standardizing on a system like
this is nearly impossible.
The All-In-One Enova DVX Presentation Switcher solves this problem by integrating all of the typical
standalone devices into a single chassis. By eliminating the dozens of interconnections between multiple
boxes, installation and troubleshooting is greatly simplified. Plus, with fewer cables and components this
means fewer points of failure. With embedded firmware dedicated to making sure all of the
components work together flawlessly and a point and click Web GUI to easily customize settings, the
DVX dramatically reduces installation time from weeks to hours.
By consolidating several components into a single chassis, the DVX is also able to reduce energy costs. A
DVX consumes roughly 90 watts of energy when operational versus 400 to 500 watts for a traditional AV
installation.
Aesthetically speaking, the DVX reduces rack space requirements from 20U to 3U, freeing up valuable
rack space and allowing the entire solution to be housed in unique storage environments like a credenza
or lectern. The result for the end user is a flexible solution they can standardize on across their
infrastructure and know that it is appropriately sized to match the needs of any room.
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ENOVA DVX MODELS
The Enova DVX family includes the following sizes and configurations. For all models, the SP designation
implies a 2x25w – 8 Ohm amplifier, while the T designation implies a 75w – 70/100V amplifier. Please
refer to the chart on the last page of this Product Brief for additional details.
Model
Switcher Size
Configuration & Applications
DVX 2110HD-SP and -T
4x2
Includes 2 HDMI inputs, 2 Multi-Format inputs, no DXLink
inputs. Perfect for budget conference rooms and
classrooms.
DVX 2150HD-SP and -T
6x3
Includes 4 HDMI inputs, 2 Multi-Format inputs, no DXLink
inputs. Perfect for small to mid-size conference rooms
and classrooms.
6x3
Includes 2 HDMI inputs, 2 Multi-Format inputs, 2 DXLink
inputs. Perfect for small to mid-size conference rooms
and classrooms requiring distance transport.
10x4
Includes 6 HDMI inputs, 4 Multi-Format inputs, no DXLink
inputs. Perfect for mid-size to large conference rooms,
boardrooms and classrooms.
DVX 3155HD-SP and -T
10x4
Includes 4 HDMI inputs, 4 Multi-Format inputs, 2 DXLink
inputs. Perfect for mid-size to large conference rooms,
boardrooms and classrooms requiring distance transport.
DVX 3156HD-SP and -T
10x4
Includes 4 HDMI inputs, 2 Multi-Format inputs, 4 DXLink
inputs; Ideal for dual room and flexible facility
applications
DVX 2155HD-SP and -T
DVX 3150HD-SP and -T
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Enova DVX-2110HD
Mirrored
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Enova DVX-3156HD
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INSTAGATE PROTM TECHNOLOGY
HDMI promised to simplify cabling and provide consumers with the highest quality AV experience.
However, the issues caused by HDCP switching delays and key overruns have made the installation of
traditional HDMI signal distribution systems challenging and often unusable.
PROBLEM – HDCP SWITCHING DELAYS
HDCP switching delays traditionally occur when a new destination is added to a source (via a new
switching combination) through the matrix switcher. Because the source must ensure that all connected
downstream devices are HDCP compliant, when a new destination is connected, the source must
effectively “mute” the video by blanking until authentication is complete. This process can take several
seconds per connected display and longer when several displays are connected.
AMX SOLUTION – INSTAGATE PRO ELIMINATES HDCP SWITCHING DELAYS
With InstaGate Pro, the Enova DVX addresses HDCP authentication as soon as a source and destination
are plugged in. Consequently, there is zero HDCP delay or blanking during the switching process.
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PROBLEM - HDCP VIEWING DISTRUPTIONS
Video blanking can really become an issue when a source is already present on one display and then
switched to an additional display. When the new display is added, the original output (which was
showing video previously) appears to shut off as the source initiates its authentication process for the
combination of the two displays.
AMX SOLUTION – INSTAGATE PRO ELIMINATES HDCP VIEWING DISRUPTIONS
With AMX’s InstaGate Pro, switches are executed effectively while retaining video from the source even
when adding a new output to that same source. This results is users getting video from the source they
want, without delays and interruptions to other displays already showing video from the same source.
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PROBLEM –HDCP KEY OVERRUNS AUTOMATICALLY SHUTDOWN SOURCE DEVICE
HDMI/HDCP authentication requires sources to validate downstream display keys to ensure that all
destinations are HDCP compliant. However, there is no requirement specifying how many of those
device keys a source manufacturer must support. As a result, varying HDMI/HDCP sources support a
range of downstream keys. Even within a single manufacturer’s product line, key support numbers vary
and are rarely provided in product documentation. This unknown key support limit is generally only
discovered once it is exceeded and the source device simply shuts itself off.
NON-AMX SOLUTIONS - PREVENT USERS FROM WATCHING VIDEO EVERYWHERE THEY WANT
Overcoming key overruns has traditionally been dealt with via a set of tools or system design
considerations, which limit the number of outputs a source can be switched to. Some sources support a
single key, which limits a matrix switcher to switch to only a single output at a time. When a user wants
to switch to more than one output or all outputs, this becomes an issue.
AMX SOLUTION – INSTAGATE PRO ELIMINATES HDCP KEY OVERRUNS
With InstaGate Pro, the entire HDCP negotiation process is handled within the matrix switching system.
Validation of each output is completed without concern for source key limitations. As long as a source
can handle a single key, it can be sent to any or all 6 outputs as long as those displays are HDCP
compliant. This process is handled without additional tools or programming. Simply plug in compliant
sources and destinations and begin switching. In addition, because every output is being validated for
HDCP compliance individually, switching an HDCP source to a non-compliant display won’t negatively
affect compliant displays showing video from the same source. The non-compliant display simply
receives a visual indication (solid red screen) that it is not receiving video, while all compliant displays
continue to show video without issue.
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AMX SOLUTION - INSTAGATE PRO ALLOWS USERS TO WATCH VIDEO EVERYWHERE THEY WANT
While there are a wide range of switchers from the least to most expensive, Enova Matrix Switchers
with InstaGate Pro are the only matrix switchers that distribute HDMI/HDCP signals easily,
straightforwardly and painlessly without constraints, limits or hassles.
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SMARTSCALE® TECHNOLOGY
PROBLEM – MIXED RESOLUTIONS CREATE INSTALLATION CHALLENGES AND POOR VIDEO QUALITY
Designing matrix switching solutions for distribution of HDMI/HDCP and other mixed analog sources can
be challenging due to the large number of source and destination resolutions within the system. In a
matrix switching environment, each source can only output one resolution at a time. Incompatibilities in
the system can arise when the output resolution of the source is not supported by some or all displays in
the system. This problem is often overlooked in the design process, forcing installers to purchase costly
scalers to overcome the issue.
NON-AMX SOLUTION - DEFAULT TO THE WEAKEST LINK
As a solution, some matrix switchers actively evaluate the EDID files within the connected displays and
present a combined EDID set. Since this process just defines a common resolution between all
connected displays, the highest resolution presented to the entire system will be from the lowest
resolution display. This is often times referred to as best common or greatest common resolution (also
known as weakest link). In most cases, it means every source is being forced down to a lower resolution,
meaning poorer image quality and an overall inferior distribution system. Oftentimes, expensive 1080p
displays are being degraded to standard definition resolutions.
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AMX SOLUTION – SMARTSCALE TECHNOLOGY GUARANTEES EVERY PICTURE LOOKS ITS BEST
AMX solves this problem using SmartScale Technology on every output. SmartScale automatically
responds to the display’s declared EDID information and delivers a custom-scaled image, based not only
on the preferred resolution but also additional information such as horizontal and vertical pixel count,
detailed timing, color space chromaticity and more. No other manufacturer provides automatic video
resolution support at this detailed level. SmartScale eliminates the incompatibilities between sources
and displays operating at different resolutions by accepting the highest resolution of every source
device, ensuring every display operates at its preferred resolution. SmartScale guarantees every picture
looks its best with no manual adjustments.
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MULTI-FORMAT INPUTS
PROBLEM – MANAGING DISTRIBUTION OF ANALOG AND DIGITAL VIDEO SIGNALS
Most new AV integrations include a mix of digital sources, including HDMI/HDCP and legacy analog
sources that output Composite, Component or RGBHV. Users typically upgrade these legacy sources
later as upgrading all analog sources at once can be expensive and in many situations not practical. Until
now, integrators were forced to manage analog and digital video signals separately with independent
switching and distribution systems. Alternatively, scalers could be purchased to digitize each analog
input device prior to entering the distribution platform. Both methods ultimately result in a more costly,
less scalable solution as source devices change over time.
NON-AMX SOLUTION – MUST USE SEPARATE EQUIPMENT TO CONVERT ANALOG TO DIGITAL
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AMX SOLUTION – PROVIDES AUTOMATIC ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERSION
AMX has solved this problem with a solution that eases the transition from analog to digital by
automatically accepting analog and digital signals on the same connector. Through the use of break-out
cables, the DVX’s multi-format video ports give the user the flexibility to support legacy analog signals
such as Composite, S-Video, Component and RGBHV and digital signals like DVI or HDMI/HDCP.
Analog signals brought into the system through the multi-format video inputs are automatically
converted to digital signals. This process eliminates the need for costly external converters that increase
failure points. The DVX’s multi-format video inputs provide a robust solution for analog sources and
provide a ready-to-go upgrade solution when analog sources are replaced with digital sources in the
future.
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AUDIO BREAKAWAY AND EMBEDDING
PROBLEM – ACCESSING EMBEDDED AUDIO ON HDMI
HDMI inputs integrate audio and video into the same cable. Unfortunately, embedded audio provides an
added layer of difficulty when dealing with most installations. Because audio is embedded within the
video stream, there is no way to access the audio directly for use in other locations than where the
displays are located. Additionally problematic is the need to integrate audio over a digital input which
doesn’t yet have embedded audio (DVI from a computer) and must be routed through the common
distribution system. Both issues have traditionally required extra converters, extractors and embedding
devices which involve set-up, extra space and cabling hassles either before or after a centralized matrix
switching system.
AMX SOLUTION – DVX FEATURES AUDIO BREAKAWAY AND AUDIO EMBEDDING
These issues have been eliminated with the Enova DVX. The audio de-embedding feature of the DVX
allows digital stereo audio to be extracted from any HDMI input and processed through the DSP’s gain
adjustment, microphone mixer and equalizer. This processed audio can then be sent to any analog
output, independent of the video routing of the original HDMI source. Any analog or digital audio source
can also be embedded into the digital output of any HDMI output and/or sent to the S/PDIF output. This
means that audio from one HDMI input and video from a second HDMI input could be combined and
sent to any HDMI output.
DE-EMBEDDING HDMI AUDIO AND SENDING OUT ANALOG AUDIO OUTPUT
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EMBEDDING AUDIO TO AN HDMI OUTPUT
This solution greatly increases the usability and access of embedded audio without requiring extra audio
strippers/extractors either before or after the matrix switcher.
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DXLINK - TWISTED PAIR DISTRIBUTION
PROBLEM – HDMI SIGNALS CANNOT TRAVEL LONG DISTANCES
Because HDMI and DVI signals have high data rates, sending them further than 15m (45 feet) can result
in signal dropout and failure. With most AV applications requiring greater distances of signal travel, an
alternative solution is required. There are many category cable solutions available on the market
designed to extend this distance, but they are often limited to 30 – 60m (100 - 200 feet) at full
resolutions of 1920x1080 and require two category cables. Using these in combinations with a
presentation switcher typically results in unruly cabling, unnecessary rack space and additional set-up
time. Additionally, many transport solutions consume extra HDCP keys, further limiting the distribution
capability of HDMI with HDCP signals and generally do not work well with other matrix switching
devices.
AMX SOLUTION – DXLINK TECHNOLOGY SENDS AV SIGNALS UP TO 100M
With Enova DXLink outputs on the DVX, and DXLink Receivers, these issues are solved. Designed to
operate on one standard good quality (250 MHz or better rating) twisted pair cable, DXLink can pass full
resolution 1920x1200 at 60 Hz video, deep color video and 2K resolutions for distances of up to 100m
(330 feet). DXLink technology provides a clean, simple to use and quickly deployable method for
overcoming digital signal distance transport issues.
The same single twisted pair cable also passes NetLinx bi-directional control, Ethernet from the
embedded switch (including IP video capabilities) and USB keyboard and mouse control (USB keyboard
and mouse control not currently supported on DVX). Running all of this over a single cable simplifies the
design and installation process by eliminating the need for separate control wires and reducing the
number of required network drops.
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DXLINK TWISTED PAIR RECEIVER
ICSLan
Ethernet Port
Power
Standard
Twisted Pair
Host PC
Control
Control sources with
RS-232 or IR
Stereo Audio
Converts all
video to HDMI
DXLINK TWISTED PAIR TRANSMITTER
HDMI In
Video In
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Digital
Audio In
Stereo
Audio In
Control sources with
RS-232 or IR
ICSLan
Ethernet Port
Standard
Twisted Pair
USB Port
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DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
PROBLEM – ROOM ACOUSTICS CREATE POOR AUDIO QUALITY
Most classrooms, conference rooms and auditoriums were not designed with acoustics in mind. They
have hard parallel walls that cause the audio to reflect and create echoes, windows that reflect high
frequencies and curtains and/or plush seating that can soak up bass frequencies.
AMX SOLUTION – BUILT IN DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR PROVIDES CLEAR AUDIO
The DVX features a built-in professional grade audio digital signal processors (DSP) capable of 2.6G-Flops
– enough processing power to hand multiple simultaneous audio channels with no loss of fidelity. The
DSP features 24-bit, 48-KHz sampling throughout for ultra-wide dynamic range and minimal noise.
The fully customizable, 10-band parametric EQ allows the system to compensate for less than ideal
room acoustics. The center frequency of any band can be adjusted to counteract resonance or nulls that
result from standing waves. Filter choices for each band include parabolic, low-pass, high-pass, bandpass, band-stop, treble-shelf and bass-shelf. With these tools, the installer can eliminate the negative
audio impacts of room dimensions and furnishings, providing pleasantly clear audio that’s never grating
or tiring.
DVX WEB GUI USED TO ADJUST AUDIO SETTING
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MICROPHONE PROCESSING
PROBLEM – MICROPHONE AMPLIFIES UNWAWNTED AND DISTRACTING SOUNDS
Microphones are used during presentations to amplify the presenter’s voice. Unfortunately, unwanted
sounds like hisses and buzzes from the room can creep in and be amplified, distracting the audience.
These noises can not only be annoying, but they can undermine knowledge transfer and impact the
effectiveness of a meeting.
AMX SOLUTION – MICROPHONE PROCESSING AMPLIFIES ONLY THE SOUNDS YOU WANT TO HEAR
The DVX solves this problem with the extensive microphone processing features of the integrated audio
DSP. Each microphone input features fully-adjustable compression, gating, limiting and a 3-band
parametric EQ. Microphone gating attenuates the microphone signal when the user isn’t talking so that
distractions like nearby conversations or background noise from a computer fan aren’t continuously
amplified through the system. The microphone limiter helps protect speakers from loud transients like a
dropped microphone. The 3-band parametric equalizer allows the system to compensate for
microphones with poor frequency response or for the acoustic impact of poor microphone placement.
For example, it can help reduce noise like hums from mechanical equipment or accidental bumps on
lectern microphones.
The DVX also supports independent microphone ducking on each audio output. With ducking enabled,
the volume level of the source (or program) audio is automatically reduced anytime there is a sufficient
signal on the selected microphone. This allows the presenter to easily talk over source audio without
having to shout or constantly adjust audio levels.
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AUTOMATIC STANDBY MODE
PROBLEM – AV EQUIPMENT CONSUMES MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF POWER
In typical installation with a standard rack of equipment consisting of a controller, AV switcher, amplifier
and DSP, the system consumes approximately 400 to 500 watts. Not only do these racks require an
abundant amount of electricity, but much of that power is lost in the form of heat. Too much heat from
the AV equipment can lead to even more power consumption as it can increase the room’s air
conditioning needs and create additional costs. As interest in energy efficient AV solutions grows, users
are becoming more conscientious of their energy habits and are looking for alternative solutions that
require less energy.
AMX SOLUTION – DVX CONSUMES 1/5TH THE ENERGY OF TRADITIONAL RACKS WHEN ACTIVE
The DVX gives you an energy efficient solution that will exceed your customer expectations. The DVX
consumes ~90 watts when active, roughly 1/5th the energy when compared to a standard rack of
equipment.
PROBLEM – AV EQUIPMENT CONSUMES MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF POWER EVEN WHEN NOT IN USE
During a typical day of classes or back-to-back meetings, AV equipment may be used for four to eight
hours a day. The rest of the time the equipment is in a standby mode. During this time, a traditional rack
draws virtually the same amount of energy 300 – 400 watts compared to when it is active.
AMX SOLUTION – DVX CONSUMES 1/10TH THE ENERGY OF TRADITIONAL RACKS IN STANDBY MODE
The DVX aims to save electricity by providing a convenient method to power down all audio and video
circuitry when not in use. The DVX consumes ~30 watts in standby mode – 1/10th the energy that a
typical rack consumes.
Energy Consumption In Active and
Standby Modes (Watts)
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DVX-3150HD
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WEB GUI FOR AUDIO AND VIDEO CONFIGURATION
There are three methods for adjusting audio and video parameters of the DVX. All parameters can be
modified in NetLinx code, which allows consistent initialization and on-the-fly changes. Additionally,
most settings can be adjusted from the convenient Front Panel menu, which is useful for minor
adjustments and doesn’t require an external PC. The most user-friendly method is the integrated
Graphical User Interface (GUI), available through the Master’s Web console.
The GUI provides drop-down menus, sliders, selection boxes and text-entry fields for all major
configuration elements of the system, including DSP parameter graphs to help visualize the effects of
various adjustments. The GUI also provides a method for switching any audio or video input to any
output, from a single, convenient page. The user interface is intuitively laid out and simple to navigate
with individual tabs for video and audio functions and sub-tabs for input and output configurations.
There’s even the ability to call up video test patterns and audio test tones to help test connections to
displays and speakers.
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FEATURE SUMMARY
FEATURE
All-In-One Presentation
Switcher in a 3RU Box
SmartScale Technology
InstaGate Pro Technology
DESCRIPTION
Combines a controller, AV matrix switcher, scaler,
analog to digital signal converter, twisted pair
transmitter and amplifier with built-in
professional grade audio processing into a single
compact unit
Automatically responds to the display's declared
EDID information and scales the video to the best
resolution and video parameters for that display
without manual setup.
Allows traditionally key limited sources to be
freely switched to any HDCP compliant display
without the typical HDCP delays.
Multi-Format Ports
Support for analog signals - RGBHV, Component,
S-Video, and Composite, and digital HDMI/HDCP
and DVI signals - all on the same connector
Built-in Professional Grade
Audio DSP
Four independently switched and processed
audio paths provide four unique volume, EQ,
ducking and mixing configurations
Pass through latest video formats including 3D
and Deep Color and pass through high definition
surround sound including DTS-HD and Dolby
TrueHD
Stereo audio from any analog input or deembedded audio from any HDMI input can be
broken away from its associated video, processed
through the DSP, and switched independently to
any analog, HDMI or S/PDIF audio output
Independent 3-band parametric EQ, compression,
gating, auto-ducking, and limiting on each
microphone input
Send & receive audio, video, bi-directional control
and Ethernet to remote destinations up to 100m
away over standard twisted pair cable
14x4(+7) audio matrix switcher. Audio inputs
include eight analog and six digital inputs on
HDMI. Four independent outputs include 1
amplified and 3 line level. Digital outputs (4
HDMI, 2 DXLink, 1 S/PDIF) can follow any analog
audio output
Converts any incoming analog source to digital
3D and Surround Sound
Audio Breakaway
Enhanced Microphone
Processing
DXLink Category Cable
Inputs & Outputs
Audio Matrix Switching
Analog to Digital Video
Conversion
Amplifier
HDCP Compliant
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Built in 2 x 25W into 8 Ohms Class D stereo
amplifier or 75v – 70/100 v amplifier
Ensures display of content-protected media and
interoperability with other HDCP-compliant
devices
BENEFIT
Eliminates the need for numerous standalone
devices, dramatically simplifying integration and
reducing programming time from weeks to hours.
Display optimal resolution on every display with
no image degradation in applications with mixed
resolution
Easily integrate HDCP into system designs and
enjoy hassle-free matrix switching to any HDCP
compliant displays; no tools, no delays, and no
key constraints – it just works
Flexible, adaptable and right-sized for almost any
application. Can easily handle last minute changes
and equipment replacements with different signal
types.
Eliminate the negative audio impacts of room
dimensions and furnishings, providing a perfectly
tuned audio
Provides flexibility and future proofs the customer
for the latest audio and video
Route audio to any display independent of its
corresponding video
Ensures crystal clear communication
Simplified wiring infrastructure that reduces cost
and labor. Overcomes high definition cable
limitations.
Easily integrate audio with audio/video
conferencing, induction loop systems, voice reenforcement speakers and/or audio recording
devices
Interconnect devices of mixed formats without
adding cost of external converters or increasing
failure points
Output processed and amplified audio directly to
a pair of speakers
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